Following the completion of a broadcast deal with Sky, the GAA announced on Tuesday that RTÉ has ​​extended its rights to cover the full GAA Championship on its platforms for the next five seasons, guaranteeing free-to-air coverage for viewers in Ireland.

TÉ will continue to show 31 All-Ireland Championship games on RTÉ and RTÉ Player, as well as the Joe McDonagh Cup Final, semi-finals and Tailteann Cup Final for the next 5 years.

The BBC will also simulcast the All-Ireland semi-finals and finals with RTÉ in addition to broadcasting at least one final each year on the BBC Wide Network.

The new sharing arrangement between RTÉ and TG4 will see an increase in Saturday evening free-to-air coverage of Allianz League games, while TG4 will continue to broadcast Sunday afternoon and Allianz League irregular tour games. The BBC will also broadcast up to 10 Allianz League games involving Ulster teams per season.

The late-night show The Sunday Game will return with a new second highlights program. In addition, RTÉ has ​​secured enhanced rights for in-game and post-match digital clips.

RTÉ’s ongoing commitment to camogie will see at least nine live matches a year televised. On radio, both RTÉ Radio 1 and RTÉ RnaG retain exclusive live broadcast rights.

Following the successful expansion of GAAGO’s streaming footprint, exclusive Championship games will be available on the platform in Ireland and abroad from the 2023 season.

TG4 also retained rights to the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Championships, Eirgrid GAA Football U20 Championship, O’ GAA